Whole Cranberries


Rostaa’s Gourmet Whole Cranberries are nature’s bite-sized gems bursting with tangy-sweet goodness. Packed with flavour and nutrition, these vibrant dried fruits are the perfect snack. A handful of dried cranberries and a glass of nut milk or dairy milk can make for a wholesome breakfast!


Enjoy them on their own, sprinkle them over salads, or mix them into your favourite recipes for a delightful burst of flavour. Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, our Whole Cranberries are the perfect choice for a tasty and nourishing treat. Embrace the natural goodness of cranberries and elevate your snacking experience with every chew.

Benefits of Whole Cranberries

  • Immunity: Cranberries are rich in vitamin C. Consuming a few can help support a healthy immune system, aiding the body’s defense against infections and illnesses.
  • Heart Health: Cranberries are naturally high in potassium levels, which helps to keep blood pressure levels within normal ranges. It also promotes heart muscle activity, reduces bad LDL cholesterol, and increases good HDL cholesterol. They are particularly beneficial in reducing heart attacks and strokes.
  • Urinary Tract Health: Cranberries, dried or fresh, contain proanthocyanidins (PACs), which help prevent bacteria from adhering to the urinary tract walls, reducing the risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs).
  • Oral Hygiene: Antioxidants and proanthocyanidins keep tooth-decaying germs from latching to your teeth. This strengthens your gums and teeth and helps avoid additional issues like gum bleeding and bad breath. It also improves your dental hygiene.
  • Anti-Inflammatory: The phytonutrients in cranberries have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce inflammation and lower the risk of chronic diseases such as arthritis and heart disease.

Uses of Whole Cranberries

Dried cranberries

  • Chopped and added to salads for added flavor and texture.
  • Eat them whole as a snack.
  • Served alongside cheese, fruits, and crackers on a charcuterie board
  • Chopped, ground, or slivered and used as garnishing to curries, biryanis, pulao
  • Mixed with other dry fruits and nuts and made into energy balls or laddoos
  • Add cranberries to muffins, cookies, bread, or granola bars for flavor and sweetness.
  • Stir the cranberries into oatmeal or sprinkle them over cereal for a delicious breakfast.
  • Blend whole cranberries into smoothies for a fruity and nutritious boost.

Additional Information

Available in a resealable package of 50gm, 200gm, and 1kg.

Storage: Store in an airtight container and keep away from sources of heat and moisture. If storing for prolonged periods, refrigerate or freeze.

Produce of USA

Manufactured by:

M/s. Farmers International Inc. 1260 Muir Avenue, Chico, CA 95973, USA

Imported, Packed & Marketed by:

Royal Dry Fruits Pvt. Ltd. 10, Rizvi House, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai-400050 Maharashtra, India.

FSSAI Licence  No. 1001150022003677

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 28gm (1 Ounce)

Amount Per Serving

Total Fat0.41g
Saturated Fat 0.031g
Trans Fat0g
Total Carbohydrates 24.71g
Total Sugar19.5g
Added Sugars5.21g
Vitamin C5.4mg
Dietary Fibre 1.7g


Nutrition Facts About Whole Cranberries

  • A single recommended serving of 30 grams contains about 5 mg of vitamin C, about 25% of your daily requirement. Vitamin C contributes to your immune function and skin health.
  • The majority of the calories in dried cranberries come from carbohydrates, primarily in the form of natural sugars. These carbohydrates provide a quick energy source, making dried cranberries an excellent choice for a pre-workout snack or a pick-me-up during the day.
  • A cup of cranberries can provide up to 5 gms of fibre, which is helpful for people struggling with constipation.
  • Dried cranberries are rich in antioxidants, including flavonoids and phenolic compounds. These have anti-inflammatory properties and may reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative disorders.


How and where do I store Whole Cranberries?

The correct way to store Rostaa’s Gourmet Whole Cranberries is in an airtight container. It is advisable to store the container on a cool, dry, and dark shelf. They need to be kept away from direct sources of heat and moisture. Keeping them in an airtight container is vital since, although they are dried fruit, they are prone to catching moisture. If stored correctly, the Whole Cranberries can last up to 3 months.

Our packages are resealable and, once opened, can be zip-locked and stored on the kitchen counter or a cool, dry shelf. The packages can also be stored in the refrigerator. 

How do I eat Whole Cranberries?

You can soak and consume them as and when you’d like. Soaking the fruit can ease digestion and enhance nutrient absorption. Whole Cranberries can be consumed any time of the day for a quick energy boost. You could also add them to savoury creations like soups, pulaos, etc., 

How many Whole Cranberries should I consume?

Studies recommend a daily consumption of 28gm Whole Cranberries to reap its optimum benefits. Since these have added salt, consuming them in moderation is recommended. 

 Who can eat Whole Cranberries?

Children, adolescents, and adults can benefit from consuming Whole Cranberries. It is always advisable to consult with your doctor to best assess your dietary requirements and allergies. Pregnant and nursing women especially need to consult with their doctors as well.

Where can I buy the best-quality Whole Cranberries?

Purchase the best-quality Whole Cranberries from Rostaa. Our Whole Cranberries are suitable for everyone, free of preservatives & added sugar, and available online and in stores. Rostaa also has a variety of other dry fruits and nuts, such as almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, trail mixes, seeds, dates, berries, and dried fruits, to fulfil your daily nutrition needs. 


Weight0.200 kg

50g, 200g, 1kg


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